|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 12 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||42810-09|
|Manufacturer Part Number||4281009|
|OEM Part Number||42810-09|
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Bestop 42810-09 HOSS Charcoal Window Storage Duffle
|Price:||$79.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Fits all Bestop and factory-original zip out windows, plus most aftermarket soft top windows
- Non-abrasive fabric with inner cloth separators keep window panels separated
- Nylon fabric is strong, weather-resistant
- Accommodates soft top side window panels, plus rear window panel
- Includes securing straps, inside and out
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Before you purchase, ask for measurements of the 4 protective layers. If all are the same at 48 inches, walk away. It seems to me the right design for a 4-layer product to properly protect 3 Wrangler windows is two long layers and two short layers.
If I'm wrong and someone can post a comment to correct me, please do! Otherwise, this is a flawed product. You'd get better protection with towels and some straps.
So I pulled the trigger on this window duffle, and I have mixed feelings about it.
It's really lightweight, as a matter of fact when empty, it weighs nearly nothing. The outer layer looks and feels very durable, and I expect the material used is waterproof so at least if it gets dripped on the insides won't get wet.
The inner layers (there are four inner sheets) are made of a material that reminds me of a lens cleaning cloth. Not the super soft microfiber reusable kind, mind you, but the disposable kind. Now, I'm not saying that these inner sheets are not durable. I can't say that, because I'm unwilling to test their durability beyond normal use due to the price of the duffle. But I can say that they don't FEEL durable, and that's a bit disconcerting. However, the sheets remind me of the sheets I trust to clean my camera lenses that are worth thousands of dollars, so I feel like they will probably protect the windows pretty well.
Finally, there's the price. This may or may not be the best option for storing your windows safely, and keeping them unscratched for as long as possible. I don't know. But when you get it in the mail, it sure doesn't FEEL like something that costs what it does. Bottom line, if it is successful in the long term in keeping these windows clean and scratch-free, then it's worth the price, as high as it may seem. If it wears out, the inner fabric tears, or doesn't protect as well as it should, then it's obviously not. Time will tell.
The other improvement that should be made is the web straps that go over the windows to hold everything in place while rolling them. They need to be shorter. Neither of these items are significant and I would still purchase one again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly what I needed. Looks worth about $15 but perfect design for its use.
Wish they made in black
I have been struggling with where to store my windows when not installed. This system stores and rolls them up with layers of felt in between each window. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RMarms
This roll is the perfect size for the sides and rear panels out of the Bestop top on my Suzuki Samurai. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robert L Vecchiolli
Used this a lot. Protects my Jeep windows when not in use and need to be stored.Published 4 months ago by Elizabeth Reeder
Great for rolling up your windows and storing while your going au natural.Published 5 months ago by Cartwdg